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raddle

color marker in crayon or cake form used to temporarily identify sheep by marking them on the tip of the fleece.
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The raddled diva insisted the Sicilian ceremony - which took place in a church - was only a blessing.
Florid colours give a sense of excitement and speed to life on the road, the edges occasionally addled and raddled by super-egos existing on a diet of cigs and booze.
Take a look at raddled Rolling Stone Keith Richards (62), bathchair Beatle Paul McCartney (64) and jowly Mick Jagger (63)
The Charlie And The Chocolate Factory star was persuaded by Malkovich - who had played Rochester on stage - to take on a role in which he goes through physical disintegration and eventually appears utterly raddled on screen.
That's why skinny women all look so raddled as they get older.
There was comfort in the heavy smell of warm water, the fecundity of low-lying leaves, steaming chlorophyll, and hot moist air raddled with pollen"), but the action writing is unexceptional.
If I wanted to see a bunch of raddled pensioners living on past glories I could check out the sing-along hour at the nearest nursing home.
For a punk icon he sounds more like a raddled hippy, an even more strung out version of Danny from Withnail and I.
Does it not say something when a woman finds herself raddled not by affairs of the heart, but of the wardrobe?
I think exercise has raddled my brain, but Jess says it's my age.
Instead, Steve McFadden runs through a range of crack-addled personae - from a sweaty, old, red-faced farmer to raddled pantomime pirate Smee.